|Assignment: #AmusementRide||Due: 10/07/02018||Points: 5|
Copy the program AmusementRide.java to your computer and add your own class that extends class AmusementRide.
Note: AmusementRide.java contains two classes (class FerrisWheel and class RollerCoaster) that provide examples for the class you must create.
Your class must include the following.
Implementations for all of the abstract methods defined in abstract class AmusementRide.
At least one static class variable and at least one instance variable that are not defined in abstract class AmusementRide.
A toString() method to return a String representation of your ride objects. The String must contain the String returned from the inherited toString() method.
The main() method in abstract class AmusementRide must keep the class FerrisWheel and class RollerCoaster objects. The method must also keep the following behavior:// pseudo-code... obj.load() if (obj.start()) obj.stop() else obj.repair()
However, the main() method must be changed to so that it exploits polymorphism. [hint: array]
The first four lines of the program's output must match the following.Ferris wheel "The Billy Preston" has capacity of 50 and costs $6.28 ...height: 100; # of spins: 0 Roller coaster "for(;;) Young" has capacity of 32 and costs $3.14 ...maxSpeed: 99; trackLength: 25; whiplashFactor: 1.618
CSC205 student Edith Foogooman created class BumperCar and she named her ride "Self-driving Bumpers". The output of her program looked as follows.Ferris wheel "The Billy Preston" has capacity of 50 and costs $6.28 ...height: 100; # of spins: 0 Roller coaster "for(;;) Young" has capacity of 32 and costs $3.14 ...maxSpeed: 99; trackLength: 25; whiplashFactor: 1.618 Bumper cars "Self-driving Bumpers" has capacity of 17 and costs $6.28 ...weight: 13; speed: 8; os: Linux ...Self-driving Bumpers has been loaded ...Self-driving Bumpers has started ...Self-driving Bumpers has stopped